Thursday, May 8, 2014

Whiplash Eyelash Curler Review (mother's day review)

I remember back in high school curling my eyelashes, but never having the right curler. I eventually stopped fussing with my eyelashes until recently. I was introduced to a new product called Whiplash Eyelash Curler. 

At first I was not quite sure if I would be impressed with this product or not. I also had my doubts if this product would last awhile. After the first week of using this product it still in great shape and barely any wear. I was highly impressed. When I used this curler I got fuller and great looking eyelashes. I never got this results with the other curlers I have used in the past. 

This curler is very easy to use. This is how you use the Whiplash Curler: Ensure that the lash cushion is in place. Using your hand insert your thumb and middle finger into the holes, resting your ring finger on the edge. Bring whiplash up to the eyelash roots. Slowly press your thumb and finger together to curl lashes. You want to make sure you hold for 5-10 seconds repeat if you want more of a curl. 

I know some of you are thinking I do not want to try this product because your afraid to pinch yourself while using this product. This curler is 100 percent pinch free so no worries. When I used this curler to curl my lashes it was so much easier than other curlers to controls and handle. I had to use it twice on one eyelashes to get the curl I wanted. I was impressed on the curl I got. It also lasted throughout the day and they looked great. What I also love about this product is that it small and you can throw it in your purse if you need to re-curl when you are out. You can fine this great product Whiplash Curler in the link below

** I received sample for review purposes only. I did not receive any monetary compensation for this review. My opinion are 100 percent my own and may differ from yours***

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